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A Global Perspective | Maritime SheEO Conference 2021


published on 22 December 2021 57 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Maritime SheEO". Originally published on 2021-12-22.
What has the current experiences and developments in Maritime Pilotage Training been like? This session takes a global perspective at the conference.

At the panel are:
🌊 John Barker, Senior Marine Pilot, Port of Auckland (New Zealand)
🌊 Captain Hanna Odengrund, Marine Pilot, Sweden Maritime Administration
🌊 Nurul Arrienne, Marine Pilot, Port of Tanjung, Malaysia
🌊 Fatouma Ali Ahmed, First Female Marine Pilot, Port of Djibouti
🌊 Reshma Nilofer, First Female Marine Pilot (India)
🌊 Captain Carolyn Kurtz, Harbour Port, Tampa Bay (USA)
🌊 Captain Dominique De Cruz, Marine Pilot, Harwich Haven Authority (UK)
🌊 Captain Jacqui Hurst, Marine Pilot, Sydney (Australia)
This session is led by Jeanine Drummond, MD, Integral Maritime (Australia)

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